Indie-electronic act BROTHERS PAST has announced a round of summer tour dates, which includes a hometown show at the Electric Factory on Saturday, June 26. The band will also be performing at several festivals along the East Coast, including a high-profile slot at Camp Bisco.
Since returning from a one-year hiatus in early 2009, the band has spent the majority of its time working in the studio, crafting a follow-up to the 2005 release This Feeling’s Called Goodbye (SCI Fidelity Records.) “We’ve recorded a bunch of old songs and a bunch of new songs that Tommy Hamilton and I have written together.” keyboardist Tom McKee said. “All of it will eventually get released one way or another, but some of it probably won’t fit with the record. We’re definitely making progress though, and once we get it out there you’ll be seeing more of us on the road.”
Upon releasing This Feeling’s Called Goodbye, BROTHERS PAST received national attention from fans and critics alike. Morgan Wells of Urb Magazine described it as "...a glimpse into the future of pop music... Brothers Past offers a smooth and believable blend of electronica, rock and pop just original enough to place [This Feeling's Called Goodbye] at the top of a growing pile of genre-bending releases." Steven Rosen in HARP echoed the praise: "There's a future in this kind of music." The record’s catchy rock anthems, captivating arrangements and inspired lyrics received numerous "Top Ten" mentions and was nominated by the Jammy Awards for "Album of the Year." The release has established Brothers Past as innovative songwriters with a progressive vision towards future.
UPCOMING TOUR DATES:
06/18/10 THE WAREHOUSE, HARTFORD, CT
06/19/10 PUTNAM DEN, SARATOGA SPRINGS
06/25/10 BIG F’ing BOAT, NEW YORK, NY
06/26/10 THE ELECTRIC FACTORY, PHILADELPHIA, PA (with the New Deal)
07/04/10 THE STONE PONY, ASBURY PARK (with Moe)
07/16/10 CAMP BISCO, MARIAHVILLE, NY
08/20/10 LIBERATE MUSIC & YOGA FESTIVAL, SHELDON, VT
08/21/10 BELLATERRA MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL, STEPHENTOWN, NY
09/10/10 DANKFEST, MINOT, ME
09/11/10 CATSKILL CHILL, HANCOCK, NY